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U.S. Business History: Finding

The U.S. Government & Business

American State Papers: 1789-1838
Over 6300 digitized official political documents, including every extant legislative and executive document of the first 14 U.S. Congresses (1789-1838). Also includes the speeches and messages of Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison. You can search citations or the full text, or you can browse by categories such as "Economics" or "Food and Agriculture" or "Infrastructure, Transportation, etc." Rutgers-restricted Access
Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
July 1976- . Index to electronic and print publications from the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the U.S. government. While most documents published before Fall 2002 are not included in IRIS, most federal publications are available in the documents collections in the Alexander Library or the Library of Science and Medicine; many are also available at the Dana Library (Newark) and the Robeson Library (Camden). The Newark Public Library is the Regional Depository and will have all documents that are automatically distributed to Federal depository libraries.
Declassified Documents Reference System
Want to know about the U.S. government role in the dispute between Peru and a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey? Or what Eisenhower had to say about General Motors and defense contracts? Try searching this full-text database of documents that have been declassified by the U.S. government. Includes CIA, FBI, State Department, National Security Agency, and White House documents, among others. Largest coverage beginning after World War II, although some earlier documents are included. Rutgers-restricted Access

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